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Beaded Bunting Knitalong: Part 3
Beaded Bunting Knitalong: Part 3

Beaded Bunting Knitalong: Part 3

Designer: Jemima Bicknell
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Well done, you've made it to Week Three of your knitalong – we hope you've loved it so far. This week, you'll be choosing a central motif as your focal point in this eye-catching flag pattern. Scatter the beads to give interest to the background areas.

Jemima Bicknell

Jemima Bicknell


“Work the I-cord edge at the beginning and end of each bunting flag row loosely. It can be helpful to pull down on the edge a couple of times while working the first three stitches of each row to encourage the I-cord edge into shape.”

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